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Posted: 20-Jul-2003, 03:35 AM
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Does anyone know of any good video based Irish gaelic tutorial systems out there? I am interested in learning Irish, but I live at least 3-4 hours from any instructors I can find listed on the internet. And all of the Irish-folk that I know only speak English, more's the pity.

If video is not an option, can anyone reccomend an audio-based tutorial system? Preferably one that is available on CD.

Also, can those of you who have picked up Irish as a second language tell me what were the pitfalls you encountered along the way?

Thanks loads for any help y'all can give me! smile.gif

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Posted: 20-Jul-2003, 05:20 PM
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Fortunately, my family is from ireland and they would often speak it when I was little... on things that I shouldn't hear.

As for a place to go, INAC - Go To Irish Lessons has a place with Gaelic lessons. There are also sources for buying CD's.

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Posted: 15-Aug-2003, 10:33 PM
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GB's right on the money. The best on the web for Irish Gaelic is the INAC!


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